We love being a title sponsor for the Cochise County Sheriff’s Charity Ride every year, raising money for local charities in Cochise County. The Sheriff’s Department did an amazing job raising money to support these charities. This year the charities received $10,000 each for a total of $40,000 given! The ride has both an on-road course for motorcycles and other vehicles and an off-road course for Side X Sides and Jeeps. Want to participate in the ride next year? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you on the reminder email list that comes out in the early fall.
American Legion Post #52 is a Congressionally Chartered Veterans Organization with the primary task of fighting for veterans’ rights. Locally Post #52 raises money to support veterans and their families. They also support local law enforcement, local fire/EMS and teachers.
Coronado Lobo Club helps support and foster an optimal environment for the academic, social, and physical growth of all students, and to further the education related goals of Coronado School.
Hearts of Gould Animal Haven has a mission to provide a safe haven for all animals in need. They restore health and wellness and provide needed medical treatment and care. Hearts of Gould also provides a nurturing and natural environment to further the health and welfare of the animals in their care and assist with finding pets and animals a new home.
The Butterfly Club provides free quality wigs to women, teenagers and children who are fighting cancer and other diseases that cause hair loss. They provide wig fittings, caps, cut and style completely free of charge.
Photos from the 2021 Ride:
Photo from the Off-Road Course 2021
Riders arriving on site in the morning.
Volunteers from the Coronado Lobo Club get ready for riders to Check In. They really helped speed things along this year getting riders through the line in record speed. In fact, they did such a great job there wasn’t really ever a line! Thank you Lobo Club!
The American Legion Volunteers gear up for the presentation of the charity checks.
Jay Williamson CEO of American Southwest Credit Union (left) along with Sheriff Mark Dannels and Nikki from Lawley Automotive Group, present the first $10,000 check to the Coronado Lobo Club to assist their school in building a new track for their students.
Jay Williamson CEO of American Southwest Credit Union (left) along with Sheriff Mark Dannels and Nikki from Lawley Automotive Group, present a $10,000 check to the Butterfly Club
Jay Williamson CEO of American Southwest Credit Union (left) along with Sheriff Mark Dannels and Nikki from Lawley Automotive Group, present a $10,000 check to Hearts of Gould Animal Rescue.
Ariya, 12, sings the National Anthem and Proud to Be An American.
Riders leave together on a short tour around Sierra Vista before proceeding to their chosen routes.